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Format: I.) Required Written Document (300 points): A.Research and Cross-Analysis in which you illustrate important factors and developments within your chosen cultural topic and analyze how those factors and developments are reflected in your core literature (and vice versa) a.Must provide a brief history of the topic b.Must summarize every core literature selection c.Must analyze every core literature selection d.Must provide some comparison and contrast among core literature selections e.Approximately 10-15 pages B.Visual Aides with appropriate captions which will illustrate your key points. These may be info-centric (like charts and graphs), image-centric (like pictures or movie stills), or a combination thereof. You must have a minimum of two in your research and cross-analysis. C.Works Cited Page in which you list your sources for your information and literature. a.Must have at least five primary or secondary sources (not including core literature) a.i.Wikipedia is a tertiary source a.ii.Literary criticism is a good secondary source b.Must use MLA style (see the Little, Brown Essential Handbook) For this project, you will need to choose a topic to study in depth. The topic must be one of concern within global culture. Your possible historical range is from prehistory to the present day. The topics themselves may be confined to a particular era and culture (the role of women in medieval Japan) or may span across eras and cultures (ghost stories). We’ll discuss topic selection in class, but ultimately you’ll finalize your choices with me. In order to ensure that each project has a representative depth and breadth of literature, we will be using a literature equivalence system. Each type of literature has been given a point value. For this project, you will need to achieve at least 10 literature points. Use the table below for reference: Literature Type Point value Novel 4 Movie (no more than 2) 2 Play 4 Short story 2 TV show episode (no more than 2) 1 Poem/song 1

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I.) Required Written Document (300 points):

  1. Research and Cross-Analysis in which you illustrate important factors and developments within your chosen cultural topic and analyze how those factors and developments are reflected in your core literature (and vice versa)
    1. Must provide a brief history of the topic
    2. Must summarize every core literature selection
    3. Must analyze every core literature selection
    4. Must provide some comparison and contrast among core literature selections
    5. Approximately 10-15 pages
  2. Visual Aides with appropriate captions which will illustrate your key points. These may be info-centric (like charts and graphs), image-centric (like pictures or movie stills), or a combination thereof. You must have a minimum of two in your research and cross-analysis.
  3. Works Cited Page in which you list your sources for your information and literature.
    1. Must have at least five primary or secondary sources (not including core literature)
      1. Wikipedia is a tertiary source
      2. Literary criticism is a good secondary source
    2. Must use MLA style (see the Little, Brown Essential Handbook)

 

For this project, you will need to choose a topic to study in depth. The topic must be one of concern within global culture. Your possible historical range is from prehistory to the present day. The topics themselves may be confined to a particular era and culture (the role of women in medieval Japan) or may span across eras and cultures (ghost stories). We’ll discuss topic selection in class, but ultimately you’ll finalize your choices with me.

 

In order to ensure that each project has a representative depth and breadth of literature, we will be using a literature equivalence system. Each type of literature has been given a point value. For this project, you will need to achieve at least 10 literature points. Use the table below for reference:

 

Literature Type Point value
Novel 4
Movie (no more than 2) 2
Play 4
Short story 2
TV show episode (no more than 2) 1
Poem/song 1

 

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